If you want to try out Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle before committing to purchasing it, you’re in luck as the game is getting a demo.
For now, the demo has been confirmed by the Japanese arm of Koei Tecmo only for the domestic market, and it’ll come for PS4 and Nintendo Switch between April 26 and July 31, while it will be available on Steam between May 7 and August 1.
That being said, in this kind of cases the Steam date might indicate a worldwide release, even if this is just my speculation for now. At the moment, an Xbox One demo has not been announced, but this doesn’t mean it won’t come, as it would likely be exclusive for the west, so we have to wait for news from the North American and European arms of the publisher.
Interestingly, by completing the demo you can grab some in-game currency that can then be spent within the final version Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle when it releases on July 5, 2019, for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
If you want to see more of the game, you can also take a look at the latest trailer focusing on the Thunder spears, the territory recovery mode, two more trailers showing more weapons, the first PS4 gameplay, the first trailer, and a batch of screenshots introducing the new characters that were released a few weeks ago by Koei Tecmo.